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    Well, at least they are probably better than the "Creative 1200W" PSU I found on a Swedish site years ago. And Creative never even made PSUs, lol. (Too bad the image links are broken now, but the pictures spoke for themselves )

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    But I'll do the load from low to high this next time.
    Deems the prudent thing to do, given your experience with the first.

    Thanks for the reports, BTW.
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    Here's a couple pictures:





    Interesting thing to note here....

    The modular interface is labeled "IDE/SATA", but these six pin connectors are +12V and ground only. You can only use them with the included PCIe cables. The part of the modular interface that's labeled "PCI-E/CPU" is three +12V, three ground and two +5V. Molex are not included. There are SATA cables, and they're only wired for +12V, +5V and ground. There's only one EPS12V connector included.

    Definitely not made for "normal" PC use.
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    Here's some pictures from when I first received the envelope:
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    Here's a shot of the fan. Also parts of the label that may help us figure out who makes/sells this thing:
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    It only work in 230v range ?

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    Well.... It's labeled for 150 to 264V.

    Of course, 150V is higher than U.S.'s 120V mains, so it could have a weak primary that blew under the higher loads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Here's a shot of the fan. Also parts of the label that may help us figure out who makes/sells this thing:
    Been a long time since I've seen a WAM Fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    Of course, 150V is higher than U.S.'s 120V mains, so it could have a weak primary that blew under the higher loads.
    Just use the 220V/2P outlet...

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